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The result was the Act of Union (1707), by which the two kingdoms became one. When meeting with them for the first few times, avoid asking personal questions. Westminster Abbey is a national shrine where the kings and queens are crowned and famous people are buried. England is, the only country not represented by a saltire, is represented by St George’s Cross. And those dialects of Armagh and Down were also very similar to the dialects of Galloway.

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